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Old 04-05-2016, 08:16 AM
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Hey guys, I know I just posted on here literally 3 hours ago - but as I went back to to work and came of this forum I received my grant notice!!!

So, I applied online onshore on 18th March 2015. I'm from a low risk country (UK).

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Hey guys, I know I just posted on here literally 3 hours ago - but as I went back to to work and came of this forum I received my grant notice!!!

So, I applied online onshore on 18th March 2015. I'm from a low risk country (UK).
my congratulation! thanks for sharring wonderful news

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my congratulation! thanks for sharring wonderful news
Thankyou, so that took a year. I hope all of you guys approvals are around the corner! Not long!!

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I've got bad news for today ,a friend of mine has been sponsored and he's got his permanent one year ago .
He's got an email yesterday from immigration while he is overseas saying they have canceled his permanent without saying any reason .
Is someone know what his his rights and what he can do while he is still overseas and cant cone back to Australia because of not holding any visa
Your friend should contact a registered migration agent and should not be relying on help from a forum full of people who do not know the details of his case. PR is not cancelled lightly, he needs proper advice asap.


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I've got bad news for today ,a friend of mine has been sponsored and he's got his permanent one year ago .
He's got an email yesterday from immigration while he is overseas saying they have canceled his permanent without saying any reason .
Is someone know what his his rights and what he can do while he is still overseas and cant cone back to Australia because of not holding any visa
They would have issued him with a letter for cancelling his visa and that will explain why they have cancelled his visa. They do not cancel PR lightly. They are however cancelling alot of PR's at the moment due to character grounds. His cancellation of visa letter will explain how he can object to the visa cancellation.

Another reason for cancellation is supplying fraudulent documents during the visa process.

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Hey guys, I know I just posted on here literally 3 hours ago - but as I went back to to work and came of this forum I received my grant notice!!!

So, I applied online onshore on 18th March 2015. I'm from a low risk country (UK).
Congratulations, that's wonderful news! Glad your wait is over and you can finally start really living your life here.

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Hi everybody!

I've been a silent follower of this thread. This would be my first time posting. All your posting are and have been very helpful. I am so grateful for all your posting and giving information, advices and suggestions

So, here are my situation :
mid Apr 2015 ~ applied and lodged online by ourselves (I come from a high risk country)
immediately received BVA
mid Jun 2015 ~ applied for medicare & TFN (still unemployed)
mid Feb 2016 ~ received a generated e-mail "Your application has progressed in the queue" (I ignored it bec I already attached the needed docs and I thought the HAPID will be given by a CO later)
early March 2016 ~ received another same generated e-mail as in Feb. This time it got my attention because there was a due date. To get the HAPID is through own immiaccount and click on the health assessment section.
March 2016 ~ did the health assessment in Bupa & applied for NPC (AUS national police certificate).
March 2016 (before Easter holiday) ~ received the NPC by post and immediately uploaded to immiaccount.
end of March 2016 ~ received an attached e-mail of 820 granted from Perth office (I live in Sydney) and the letter said they will be in contact when it's time for Stage 2 (801).

Forgive my broken english. I want to say thank you very much for this forum.
When I'm tired of this waiting game, I just keep telling myself, "just stay positive and enjoy the life with hubby" ^_^

Wish you all the best!

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Today's email bought good news

My husband is one of Australia's newest permanent residents

Our case officer skipped the 820 and granted the 801 immediately.

A big thank-you to everyone in this forum - I started reading these forums around 13 months before we applied, and the advice and tips I found here were invaluable to us when we were preparing my husband's application.

We did a tally yesterday - and final count for the visa application was 2 online forms (his application & my sponsorship application) plus 100 documents uploaded - totaling around 400 pages....there is no way we could have gotten through all of that - plus the 15 1/2 month wait without the assistance of these forums.....it was a lot of work and a fair bit of stress and worry but we got there in the end.

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[QUOTE=notsure;1231498]Today's email bought good news

My husband is one of Australia's newest permanent residents

Our case officer skipped the 820 and granted the 801 immediately.

A big thank-you to everyone in this forum - I started reading these forums around 13 months before we applied, and the advice and tips I found here were invaluable to us when we were preparing my husband's application.


Congratulations ,happy to hear good news ,I wish to get mine asap as I'm waiting 29 months ,stresfull and hard .
Anw enjoy ur life with,ur hubby bit can u tell me how long have u been waiting alltogether from the lodgement till grant


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Congratulations ,happy to hear good news ,I wish to get mine asap as I'm waiting 29 months ,stresfull and hard .
Anw enjoy ur life with,ur hubby bit can u tell me how long have u been waiting alltogether from the lodgement till grant
Thanks - was around 15 1/2 months from application to grant.

We only heard from our case officer 6 weeks ago - so guessing most of that time was spent simply waiting in the queue....

Good luck with your application - hopefully it won't take too much longer.

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